Dartford Golf Club
The Clubhouse, Dartford Heath,
Dartford, Kent DA1 2TN
Tel : +44 (0)1322 223616 Fax : +44 (0)1322 226455

Dartford Golf Club is a flat park / heathland course. It celebrated its centenary in 1997. The author Roald Dahl was a junior member in the 1920's. Dartford has a putting green, practice ground and chipping area. There is a restaurant, bar and refreshment hut on the 10th.

2 miles from Dartford. 1 mile from A2. Take Dartford/Crayford turnoff. Proceed towards Dartford town centre on dual carriageway turn right after second roundabout.

Further Information
Information herein provided by the club 27 July 1998.

Course Details

Course Name: Dartford Holes: 18 Yardage: 5591 SSS: 68
A flat park/heath land course. No water hazards.

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  • dartford golf course

    kevin warner wrote on: Oct 21, 2004

    The course is very challenging with its different styles of holes including dogs legs left and right you also have differentlengths of holes some being small par threes and some being par fives


  • Dartford's Treasure

    Darren wrote on: May 14, 2004

    What a wonderful golf course, designed by james braid, some excellent holes which have been carved out of the natural parkland. A true test of golf with tight fairways and small greens, not a long course by any stretch of the imagination, but testing.
    MUST PLAY.....!!!!!


  • dartford golf

    Robert wrote on: Nov 13, 2003

    this is a fantastic course. it is challanging but also rewarding


  • Europe Golf courses reviews John Hopley, hdcp 13 01/00

    John Hopley, hdcp 13 wrote on: Dec 31, 1999

    The 13th is a longish par 4 that often plays harder than its index and par is no disgrace.
    The 14th is another shortish par 4 and an accurate long drive assists the approach to a small green guarded by four bunkers.
    The 15th's, low index (2) is protected by a sloping, two-tier green, the front 3/4 of which is an 'upturned saucer'.
    The par 3 16th is the hardest of the three closing holes and at 245 yds is not often driven. A six-foot bank if front of the green ensures that only the truest struck ball finds the green.
    Two par 4's close the round, with the 18th, at 268 yds, tempting longer hitters to go for the green and a big finish. Large cross bunkers at the 200 yd mark split the fairway and those protecting a score may wish to lay up with an iron, leaving a shortish approach to a green protected on both sides at the front.